Violet Green-cheeked Conure

A somewhat uncommon mutation discovered in 2002 by Belgian breeders. It causes the bird’s colors to become slightly darker and more saturated. In the first image, a violet opaline (bottom) and non-violet opaline (top) are compared (the opaline makes no difference in coloration). In the second image, DF violet + turquoise (middle) and SF violet + turquoise bottom) are compared.

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